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Health, Safety and Work-Life Directorate

Safety Program Management Division (CG-1131)

CG-1131 ensures that safety and occupational health policies, procedures, standards and programs are aligned with the operational needs of the Coast Guard. CG-1131 programs focus on the safety and effectiveness of our operational and support communities (e.g., Afloat, Aviation, Shore) and while other programs focus on the occupational health, industrial hygiene, and environmental health of our workforce to ensure that safety and occupational health issues are integrated into all decision making processes.

CG-1131 Program Areas

Several safety programs are managed primarily by CG-1131 while others are jointly managed with the Safety Assurance and Risk Reduction Division (CG-1132). All CG-113 safety program managers coordinate unified safety management systems and activities with the HSWL Service Center and operational fleet counterparts to enhance personnel safety and maximize mission effectiveness. CG-1131 also provides technical advice following hazard or mishap notifications and supports time-critical mishap analyses and reporting activities. To view additional program information click on a title below.

Shore Safety
Provide safety oversight and advocacy for shore-based personnel and infrastructure. Shore Safety comprises numerous supporting programs such as confined space entry, shore fire protection and electrical safety.

Afloat Safety
Provide safety oversight and advocacy for cutters, boats, and other afloat community systems and missions.

Deployable Specialized Forces
Provide safety oversight and advocacy for Deployable Specialized Forces (DSF) units, systems and missions. Serve as the primary safety liaison for DSF Unit Program Management.

Aviation Safety
Provide safety oversight and advocacy for aviation assets, systems and missions. Serve as the aviation-specific service center for fleet commands and Flight Safety Officers (FSO).

Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene
Develop, promote, and enforce guidelines, policies, laws, and regulations to protect the health and well-being of workers through anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of occupational health hazards arising in or from the workplace.

Environmental Health
Establish and enforce guidelines, policies, laws, and regulations to prevent human injury and illness and promote well-being through limiting exposures to hazardous physical, chemical, and biological agents in air, water, soil, food and other environmental media or settings that may adversely affect human health.

Contact the Safety Program Management Division (CG-1131)

Commandant (CG-1131)
U.S. Coast Guard
2703 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE STOP 7907
Washington, D.C. 20593-7907

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